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English term or phrase:drain the patient to empty
Dutch translation:bij de patiënt al het vocht afvoeren
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13:10 Nov 7, 2013
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Medical - Medical (general)
English term or phrase: drain the patient to empty
Clinicians using the HomeChoice device to treat patients diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease coincident with Ascites should be aware that during their treatment the device will attempt to drain the patient to empty at the beginning of therapy (Initial drain).
Kaat
Local time: 17:05
bij de patiënt al het vocht afvoeren
Explanation:
should be aware that during their treatment the device will attempt to drain the patient to empty at the beginning of therapy (Initial drain).

moeten zich realiseren dat het hulpmiddel aan het begin van de behandeling bij de patiënt al het vocht zal proberen af te voeren (aanvankelijke afvoer)


het probleem zit hem denk ik in het feit dat er ook ascites aanwezig is

nu wordt aan het begin van de behandeling, voordat met de infusie van het dialysaat wordt begonnen, eerst al het ascitesvocht weggezogen, om als het ware met een schone lei te beginnen

met mogelijk complicaties

The Baxter HomeChoice system was designed to empty the fluid that accumulates in the peritoneal cavity during the first drain phase of peritoneal dialysis, MassDevice.com explained. Prior versions of the device’s software enabled stopping of the drain phase and for this phase to be bypassed; however the recent HomeChoice software iteration remove that option “to mitigate against unintended increased intraperitoneal volume,” according to the field alert posted by the Hong Kong Health Department.

Patients in Hong Kong who are diagnosed with ascites who drain to empty “may be at an increased risk of hypotension and compromise of their hemodynamic status,” according to the alert, which can be accessed here.


Baxter advise clinicians to be aware that the HomeChoice device may drain patients fully empty on the initial therapy and that they should contact their local supplier for needed actions, according to MassDevice.com.

■Be aware that the HomeChoice device will attempt to drain the patient to empty at the beginning of therapy—the “Initial Drain.”

http://www.publichealthwatchdog.com/13411/

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Note added at 2 hrs (2013-11-07 15:15:16 GMT)
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peritoneal_dialysis

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Note added at 11 hrs (2013-11-08 00:42:04 GMT)
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zie ook deze, iets duidelijker verwoord:

Medical device manufacturer, Baxter Healthcare, has issued a field safety notice concerning HomeChoice Automated Peritoneal Dialysis system, 230V (product code: 5C4474; software version: v10.4).

Baxter is sending a communication to describe HomeChoice 10.4 software Initial Drain logic in patients with unrelated co-morbid condition of Ascites.

Ascites is the abnormal accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity. Peritoneal dialysis patients with Ascites may have large volumes of fluid in their peritoneal cavity. When these patients drain significant amounts of ascetic fluid (e.g. more than 5 liters), studies suggest that medical intervention may be required to mitigate against developing hypotension and potential hemodynamic compromise.

HomeChoice software is designed to empty the peritoneal cavity during Initial Drain. Previous versions of HomeChoice software permitted the operator to stop the active Initial Drain and bypass it. The current version of the HomeChoice software version 10.4 removed the option to bypass an active Initial Drain in order to mitigate against Unintended Increased Intraperitoneal Volume.

Patients diagnosed with the co-morid condition of Ascites who drain to empty may be at an increase risk of hypotension and compromise of their hemodynamic status.

Therefore, Baxter advises that clinicians using the HomeChoice to treat patients diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease coincident with Ascites should:

•Be aware that HomeChoice will attempt to drain the patient to empty at the beginning of therapy (Initial drain)

•Review HomeChoice IFU for additional details on HomeChoice 10.4 Initial Drain logic.

According to the local supplier, the affected products were distributed in Hong Kong.

http://www.mdco.gov.hk/english/safety/recalls/recalls_201310...
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Barend van Zadelhoff
Netherlands
Local time: 17:05
Grading comment
Dank je wel!!!
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bij de patiënt al het vocht afvoeren


Explanation:
should be aware that during their treatment the device will attempt to drain the patient to empty at the beginning of therapy (Initial drain).

moeten zich realiseren dat het hulpmiddel aan het begin van de behandeling bij de patiënt al het vocht zal proberen af te voeren (aanvankelijke afvoer)


het probleem zit hem denk ik in het feit dat er ook ascites aanwezig is

nu wordt aan het begin van de behandeling, voordat met de infusie van het dialysaat wordt begonnen, eerst al het ascitesvocht weggezogen, om als het ware met een schone lei te beginnen

met mogelijk complicaties

The Baxter HomeChoice system was designed to empty the fluid that accumulates in the peritoneal cavity during the first drain phase of peritoneal dialysis, MassDevice.com explained. Prior versions of the device’s software enabled stopping of the drain phase and for this phase to be bypassed; however the recent HomeChoice software iteration remove that option “to mitigate against unintended increased intraperitoneal volume,” according to the field alert posted by the Hong Kong Health Department.

Patients in Hong Kong who are diagnosed with ascites who drain to empty “may be at an increased risk of hypotension and compromise of their hemodynamic status,” according to the alert, which can be accessed here.


Baxter advise clinicians to be aware that the HomeChoice device may drain patients fully empty on the initial therapy and that they should contact their local supplier for needed actions, according to MassDevice.com.

■Be aware that the HomeChoice device will attempt to drain the patient to empty at the beginning of therapy—the “Initial Drain.”

http://www.publichealthwatchdog.com/13411/

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2 hrs (2013-11-07 15:15:16 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peritoneal_dialysis

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 11 hrs (2013-11-08 00:42:04 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

zie ook deze, iets duidelijker verwoord:

Medical device manufacturer, Baxter Healthcare, has issued a field safety notice concerning HomeChoice Automated Peritoneal Dialysis system, 230V (product code: 5C4474; software version: v10.4).

Baxter is sending a communication to describe HomeChoice 10.4 software Initial Drain logic in patients with unrelated co-morbid condition of Ascites.

Ascites is the abnormal accumulation of fluid in the peritoneal cavity. Peritoneal dialysis patients with Ascites may have large volumes of fluid in their peritoneal cavity. When these patients drain significant amounts of ascetic fluid (e.g. more than 5 liters), studies suggest that medical intervention may be required to mitigate against developing hypotension and potential hemodynamic compromise.

HomeChoice software is designed to empty the peritoneal cavity during Initial Drain. Previous versions of HomeChoice software permitted the operator to stop the active Initial Drain and bypass it. The current version of the HomeChoice software version 10.4 removed the option to bypass an active Initial Drain in order to mitigate against Unintended Increased Intraperitoneal Volume.

Patients diagnosed with the co-morid condition of Ascites who drain to empty may be at an increase risk of hypotension and compromise of their hemodynamic status.

Therefore, Baxter advises that clinicians using the HomeChoice to treat patients diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease coincident with Ascites should:

•Be aware that HomeChoice will attempt to drain the patient to empty at the beginning of therapy (Initial drain)

•Review HomeChoice IFU for additional details on HomeChoice 10.4 Initial Drain logic.

According to the local supplier, the affected products were distributed in Hong Kong.

http://www.mdco.gov.hk/english/safety/recalls/recalls_201310...

Barend van Zadelhoff
Netherlands
Local time: 17:05
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 277
Grading comment
Dank je wel!!!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Maart3n: of 'aftappen'
7 mins
  -> Dank je wel, maar 'aftappen' doet me meer aan leidingwater denken (kan aan mij liggen) en het past ook niet zo in de zin/mijn vertaling. Liever 'verwijderen' dan.

agree  Josephine Isaacs
13 hrs

agree  Ron Willems: klinkt goed. ik kwam niet verder dan 'leegtrekken' :)
17 hrs
  -> Je moet eerst je interpretatie rond hebben. Het is complex en daarnaast onduidelijk verwoord.
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